The box of accessories contains the items pictured below, including the 5.25" to 3.5" bay adapter, 5.25" storage tray, motherboard stand-offs, assorted screws, a dust cloth, and some zip ties for cable management.
To truly test the quality of the build I felt around the inside of the case for burrs, jagged edges, and any other abnormalities. When I say felt, I mean I applied sufficient pressure that would cause me to spout colorful vocabulary if I happened upon anything that was of poor craftsmanship. Thankfully this case was crafted in a manner that produced no apparent safety hazards when working within the chassis. I did however find some slightly banged up edges and spiky burrs which are pictured here (several of the 5.25" support rails). The likelihood of finding them without looking for them is slim, and the chances of them causing harm to you are even slightly slimmer.
In the end, the design of the case and all of its convenient features made installing a system a breeze.
The image below shows everything in place and ready for action. There is room for plenty of drives, large coolers and expansion cards, and all that is left is to pay a bit more attention to cable management.